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Wednesday, 03 December 2014 15:34

Ocelots advance to the Final Four

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UTB men’s soccer defeats Northwood University to advance in NAIA national tourney

The UT Brownsville Men’s Soccer Team defeated the Northwood University Seahawks 4-0 this afternoon in the Elite Eight round of the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Tournament in Delray Beach, Fla.

Wednesday, 03 December 2014 15:00

College of Education milestone

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Terry Overton, interim dean of the UT Brownsville College of Education, speaks during Wednesday’s celebration marking the university’s accreditation from the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education. “This achievement is the culmination of a five-year quest to achieve the gold standard in teacher education,” UTB President at Interim William R. Fannin said in a news release. In October, UTB joined 15 other universities in Texas to receive accreditation from NCATE. About 75 people attended the event, held in the Main Building’s Plumeria Courtyard.

 

 

Thursday, 27 November 2014 00:47

UTRGV to offer guaranteed tuition

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Martin Baylor, UT Pan American’s vice president for Business Affairs and chairman of the Tuition and Fees Task Force, answers students’ questions about the proposed Fall 2015 tuition rates for the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley during a forum conducted Nov. 20 in the Student Union’s Gran Salón. 

 

Rates to be fixed for four years, students told at forum

Fall 2015 tuition rates at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley will depend on the number of credit hours a student has, officials said at a forum on tuition and fees held Nov. 20 in the Student Union’s Gran Salón.

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Members of the American Criminal Justice Association are shown with the trophies they won during the regional conference competition last month. Shown from left are Secretary Nora Segura, Andrea Cavazos, President Karina Ochoa, Jose Luiz Yanez and Vice President Mario Ramirez.

 

UTB students have brought home eight awards they won during the American Criminal Justice Association Region II Conference, held Nov. 6-9 in the north Texas city of Denton.

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